College Letter 11/2016
Faculty members inspire students and colleagues through creativity and dedication.
The University of New Hampshire annually selects a small number of outstanding faculty for special recognition of achievement. This year, five faculty members from the College of Liberal Arts are honored.
A UNH psychologist and team of student researchers examine the link between stress and heroin abuse.
Almost 300 people have died in New Hampshire this year from opioid overdoses, and state officials expect the final number of overdose deaths to reach 488 people by the end of 2016. As the Granite State continues to grapple with the effects of opioid addiction, one psychology professor and his students search for answers.
Theatre professor David Kaye talks creative process in art and life in this year’s Lindberg Lecture.
You don’t have to be an artist to know the fear of taking creative leaps. Likely we’ve all had moments when we had to decide between the safe choice and the aspirational choice, risking the known for an unknown that might be fantastic but could just as easily be uncomfortable, scary or even a total failure. David Kaye has had a lifetime of creative leaps that he calls the history of bad ideas.